Mount Baker Theatre

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Witnesses describe voices, noises, apparitions, orbs, and cold spots in the corridors in this historic theater, which originally opened in 1927 and was renovated in 1996. Legend has it that where the theater was originally built, the home of a young woman named Judy had to be bulldozed to make way. Believers say she now haunts the theater, paying particular attention to young male employees.

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104 N Commercial St
Bellingham, WA 98225
United States

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48.7522074, -122.47787149999999
Whatcom County, Washington
Nearest Towns:
Bellingham, WA (0.7 mi.)
Geneva, WA (3.5 mi.)
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Sudden Valley, WA (6.3 mi.)
Ferndale, WA (8.3 mi.)
Alger, WA (11.1 mi.)
Acme, WA (12.7 mi.)
Deming, WA (13.0 mi.)
Everson, WA (13.1 mi.)

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  1. Was at the Mt Baker Theatre for a concert in July 2009. I was in the front row and during the concert I kept seeing orbs circling around in the balcony. Every time I focused my attention on the orbs they vanished however this kept on during the whole evening.

  2. In the late 1980.s my girlfriend and I were watching a film when I noticed a bunch of orbs floating up in the balcony. It kept up during the entire show.

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